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D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” shows evidence of election fraud

Dinesh D’Souza has a new documentary set for release on May 2 and May 7, 2022, in theaters throughout the country. Tickets are available online. Select viewer screenings have already taken place and have sparked waves of commentary online. New York Post columnist Miranda Devine has seen “2000 Mules.” She had this to say about it, as quoted in an online article for Western Journal: It is the “most compelling evidence to date” of an attempt to subvert the 2020 presidential election.

Mules are docile, gentle creatures. They’re also strong and can persevere through and endure poor conditions in order to carry out work. They have a trait known as “hybrid vigor.” Most people know that mules are a cross-breeded animal that comes from breeding a donkey with a horse. “Hybrid vigor” describes a mule’s tendency to have strength, intelligence, surefootedness, patience and endurance from its donkey parent.

At the same time, a mule has the athletic ability and speed of its horse parent. In case this description of a the average mule has made you think that D’Souza’s new film is about animals, it’s not. Well, at least, it’s not about “animals” in the scientific sense of the word. In “2000 Mules,” the term “mule” refers to any human being who delivered and dropped off 10 or more boxes of voting ballots to specific “drop” locations, during the 2020 presidential election.

” 2000 Mules” gives compelling evidence of 2020 election fraud

Catherine Englebrecht and others from voter integrity group “True the Vote,” worked closely with D’Souza on his latest power house film. True the Vote is said to have more than 4 million minutes of surveillance footage of “mules” in action throughout the country, during the 2020 election. A quick conversion of minutes to hours shows that this amount of film equates to approximately 66,666.666666667 hours of surveillance footage. Remember, in D’Souza’s documentary (Note that it is a documentary, NOT a work of fiction.) one “mule” has made 10 or more ballot deliveries. Consider the number of hours that’s equated by 4 million minutes, then think of how many people would have to be “working” to carry out such a massive scheme.

Geotracking was also used to gather “2000 Mules” evidence

After viewing “2000 Mules,” New York Post columnist Miranda Devine also spoke about geotracking information presented in the film. Most cell phones have ping technology. A ping is basically information from a cell phone that “pings” when it is within range of a cell phone tower. In fact, it is a tool that law enforcement uses often in criminal investigations regarding people’s locations. A ping can hone in on a cell phone’s location within an 18-inch diameter.

In “2000 Mules,” D’Souza provides evidence featuring mined geotracking data from the months leading up to the 2020 presidential election and during the election. The film presents data on the 2,000 most prolific “mules.”

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania appears to have had the most mules

True the Vote representative Greg Phillips says that box deliveries were heavier in some cities than others. For instance, Phillips reported that surveillance film footage and geotracking evidence shows that Philadelphia, Pennsylvania had more than 1,100 people who met the criteria for a mule. In fact, many of these people are not only seen on film but have pings that suggest that many individuals made more than 100 ballot box deliveries and drops as voting was taking place during the 2020 presidential election.

Mules may have helped flip election results in at least 3 states

Republican National Committee spokesperson Liz Harrington shared short clips on her Twitter page, of alleged “mules” making a ballot drop:

D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” provides (through video and geotracking evidence, and more) important information regarding Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania. Let’s assume that the votes on the ballots placed in drop boxes were for Joe Biden. This is a logical assumption based on the fact that Biden is currently in the White House under the title of President of the United States (POTUS). Evidence presented in this documentary shows that the number of ballots that were harvested in these three states were enough to flip the results of the election in those states from incumbent candidate Donald J. Trump to Joe Biden.

Trump issued a statement about 2000 Mules film

In a written statement to the public, former POTUS Donald J. Trump congratulated Dinesh D’Souza, Catherine Englebrecht and others for their hard work in exposing “massive and determinative ballot harvesting in the 2020 election.” D’Souza himself gives a statement at the end of the trailer for “2000 Mules,” which you can watch, here. He says, “Without free and fair elections, we are not a democracy, we are a criminal cartel masquerading as a democracy.”

 D’Souza using Locals based subscription platforms for main viewing

Locals Technology, Inc., gives content creators full control over their work and helps them avoid algorithms. D’Souza says that he chose to launch “2000 Mules” online through Locals subscription-based platforms so that he need not worry about the documentary being cancelled or censored. Considering that this maker of controversial films has more than 1.5 million followers on Rumble, he can reach a lot of people. Annual subscribers to D’Souza’s Locals channel will be able to watch “2000 Mules,” free of charge. Non-subscribers can view the film for “$19.99,” which is similar to the price of going to a mainstream movie theater, nowadays.

The American people deserve a fair election

D’Souza’s documentary may be compelling enough to raise awareness and concern. In fact, part of the problem up to this point is not that there isn’t any evidence of election fraud in the 2020 presidential election. The problem is that the people who have the power to do something about it won’t even discuss the issue.

As most readers may already know, Elon Musk (I.e. wealthiest person on planet earth) bought Twitter. Musk’s net worth is more than $270 billion. Well, perhaps it’s that, minus the $43 billion that he just plunked down for Twitter. He says he plans to privatize the company. He also says that his purpose for the acquisition is to protect, preserve and defend free speech on the world’s largest social media platform.

It will be interesting to see whether Musk’s purchase of Twitter enables free discussion about D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” documentary. In the past, any allegations of 2020 presidential election fraud typically have gotten people permanently shadow-banned or suspended from Twitter. Perhaps now, Musk will put his money where his mouth is and let people say what they want to say, especially when they have tens of thousands of hours’ worth of surveillance footage, geotracking data and other convincing evidence to substantiate their claims. Was the 2020 presidential election rigged? Perhaps you should watch “2000 Mules,” before you decide.

 

 

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